Re: Any Swim 2.1 users?
I think the best solution would be to build your own package, but don't
ask me how to do it... It's just an idea!
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On Thu, 18 Jun 1998, Alexander Kushnirenko wrote:
> I posted this question in debian-user and got no reply :( May be some of
> experts could help me out.
> Our university kindly bought us Motif for Linux (SWim 2.1) from Linux System
> Labs (http://www.lsl.com). On the CD they send there is an installation for
> redhat, but nothing for debian. Generally they recommend to copy a big
> directory tree to /usr. But it's quite big and contains all sorts of things
> (window managers, utilties etc...) which I do not really need, and I also do
> not want to accidently mess things up.
> Any recommendations how to set it up right for Debian 2.0? In other words
> what files do I need to install to take advantage of dynamic libraries?
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